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21 December 2020 at 5:02 pm
in china , we often have a birthday party at home or in a eating place to have the meal collectively. and we usually consume the birthday cake after the meal.occasionally we play a few games during the birthday celebration .for instance,we dance or sing and so on.or we regularly buy a unique present as a birthday gift . we can also make a stunning birthday card as a birthday present .i assume that is also a terrific way due to the fact it’s miles full of pleasant
22 December 2020 at 11:27 am
ZURICH: Switzerland will start getting doses of COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer and partner BioNTech within days after its drugs regulator authorised use of the jabs in what officials called the world’s first approval under a standard procedure.
Two months after receiving the application, Swissmedic allowed the vaccine for people aged 16 and older after a rolling review of documents being submitted.
That cleared the way for an initial delivery of just over 100,000 doses, which the army will put into deep-freeze storage and send to cantons to start inoculations of vulnerable people, including the elderly and those with medical conditions.
A nationwide campaign to vaccinate risk groups can start from Jan. 4. Subsequent deliveries of 250,000 doses a month held out hope that all who wanted a free jab could get one by mid-2021, federal public health agency officials said.
With approval of another product expected soon, Switzerland would have enough vaccine in the months ahead, agency director Anne Levy told a news conference in Bern.
Swissmedic is also reviewing applications for vaccines made by Moderna and AztraZeneca.
COVID-19 cases in Switzerland and neighbouring Liechtenstein have surpassed 400,000 and the death toll has topped 6,000, prompting the government on Friday to close restaurants for a month and urge people to stay home.
Although the timing of Swissmedic’s approval took even government officials by surprise, the agency said data showed the vaccine was safe and effective.
“The safety of patients is an essential prerequisite, especially where the authorisation of vaccines is concerned,” Swissmedic Director Raimund Bruhin said.
Sabine Bruckner, Pfizer’s head of Swiss operations, called Swiss approval “a historic moment in the fight against this deadly disease”.
The vaccine has been authorised or approved for emergency use in more than 15 countries, the partners said. Bruhin said he expected European Union approval soon.
Pfizer has to keep submitting information on the safety, efficacy and quality of its vaccine, Swissmedic said.
“We will take immediate action if necessary should safety signals emerge,” Bruhin told a news conference.
Switzerland has a contract with Pfizer and BioNTech to deliver 3 million doses of the vaccine, enough for 1.5 million people to get two jabs three weeks apart.
Wonderful news especially since my brother will be among the first to get it!
18 December 2020 at 9:16 pm
Pot calling Kettle black by any chance Celia? You have had your “nasty say” in the past or do you care not to remember when it suits you?
18 December 2020 at 9:17 pm
No Celia Sophie, Banjo and Lucca are still at it, I am just replying to their nastiness, with a bit of fun, hoping they will stop trolling with their comments of putting people down, with snide and personal attacks.
18 December 2020 at 9:18 pm
Ahhhhh much better – lololol
1 January 2021 at 1:13 pm“Just having fun” (Incognito)….don’t worry incognito and foxy….your “FUN” may have a short shelf life…I suggest you take the following seriously…
Cyber bullies and online trolls could be slapped with huge fines of up to $110,000 under world-first laws to be introduced by the Federal Government.
The Online Safety Bill will make it illegal to post “seriously harmful content” on websites and social media, such as death threats, revenge porn and comments that intentionally “menace, harass or offend’.’
The proposed laws will also give the government powers to force social media companies to erase harmful content and to hand over the personal details of offenders hiding behind pseudonyms and fake profiles.
Legislation is clear about the illegality of behaviour such as verbal abuse, swearing and continual humiliation, name-calling, put-downs, psychological abuse, making threats, creating fear, harassment, stalking, and intimidation.
Any trolling nasty posts made by you “incognito” and “foxy” to myself, Lucca or Banjo will be copied and used …..
14 January 2021 at 9:14 pm
All quiet on the western front. I see no sign of the troll babies, mebbe someone blew up their bridge LOL
23 January 2021 at 12:50 pm